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Move over Blachman - that's what you call an audition!


Audition judges ready to cast an eye over the dramatic talent at Teaterskole (Photo: Þórður Jóhann Guðbrandsson)

May 24, 2014
06:58

by The Copenhagen Post


It was audition time at Københavns Film & Teaterskole, the Copenhagen-based acting school with a British headmaster, Stuart Lynch, who is pictured above on the left with his fellow audition judges Tiziana Frachiola, Andrea Vagn Jensen and Lars Bom.

Since taking over in early 2013, Lynch has had a few teething issues, but now it is full steam ahead, and for the forthcoming academic year, the school has had its largest number of applications ever.

“We’ve been inundated”, reveals Lynch, who attributes the success to the teachers.

“Our staff are not only the best, but it is a criteria that they must be successful and active in the film and theatre milleau.” Find out more at teaterskolen.com




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